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Q: Hi team,

About 6 month ago, you provided a list of 10 stocks you considered "high conviction" buys. Thus, I bought VRT, HPD.A, LLMN. I have no regrets so far....for good reasons.
Grateful if you would provide your actual high conviction list, both in Canadian and U.S. stocks, indicating your order of strongest conviction.

Gratefully,

Jacques IDS
Read Answer Asked by Jacques on April 25, 2024
Q: What is your latest idea that you think is as good as when you initially identified LMN? Thank you!
Read Answer Asked by Judith on April 24, 2024
Q: Hello, Would you have 4 top picks in either of these sectors (industrials, consumer staples, consumer discretionary or health care). I am looking for large caps trading on the TSX with good long term potential. Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Pierre on April 23, 2024
Q: Hi team ,
PRL and HPS.a are selling off after their big run ups. Are either of them approaching buying opp levels yet ? Which one would you prefer adding to if so ? If you don’t consider them at buy levels yet , what prices for each would you suggest buying each ?

Thanks ,
Shane
Read Answer Asked by Shane on April 23, 2024
Q: At present What would be your top six stocks to buy for a 90,000$ TFSA contribution for sustainable growth.Any suggestions as to how to stage the purchase.?
Thank you for your remarkable service,Andrew
Read Answer Asked by ANDREW on April 18, 2024
Q: Hello 5i Team,
I hold these companies between two TFSAs and have room for two more, small cap, Canadian growth companies. What might you suggest. Sector consideration not an issue although I do recognize the importance of diversification.
Thank you
SP
Read Answer Asked by Steve on April 12, 2024
Q: Everyone, I have been watching the above growth stocks since late last year. I usually have one or two high growth quality stocks that will add to the average returns of my portfolio. My last purchase of a high growth stock was LMN, which I purchased last September, with an average price of $20.50. The ones I am watching now have risen significantly and I am hesitant to buy into them since they might decline 50%. So should I buy a small portion of each to maybe a 10% holding of my overall portfolio? Or should I wait till……..
Clayton
Read Answer Asked by Clayton on April 11, 2024
Q: Grandson now has maxed out TFSA and FHSA accounts . so has a total of $15000 to invest. Looking for your top 5 names in Canada for someone with long time horizon. thanks as always for great service
Read Answer Asked by Dale on April 11, 2024
Q: For my more speculative investments I have a starter position in SMCI and TVK. At this time would you consider moving up to a half position in one of these, or purchasing a starter position in HPS?
Thanks
Read Answer Asked by Gordon on April 11, 2024
Q: What are you 5 favorite US and Canadian companies to invest in for 3 years RAK
Read Answer Asked by bob on April 08, 2024
Q: What would you consider to be the 5 best investments for a TFSA in 2024?
Read Answer Asked by shirley on April 08, 2024
Q: Over the last couple of months and as a result of comments made here I have started positions in the above five companies with funds allocated to higher growth potential/higher potential volatility etc.

Four of the five have done very well so thank you. In keeping with your philosophy of pulling the weeds and watering the flowers I have a couple of questions:

1) Would you sell ESTC at this point in time and realocate the funds to one of the four flowers or to a "new" high reward potential investment you would suggest?

2) The ESTC issue aside, would you be adding to any of these flowers at this point in time and in which order?

Thanks for guidance over these last number of years,

Terry
Read Answer Asked by Terry on April 08, 2024
Q: Greetings 5i, which one of these 3 companies would be your top choice today for a new position in a TFSA? Growth over 5 years is primary objective. Thanks.
Read Answer Asked by Barbara on April 08, 2024